Glaxon Specimen V2: The Tale of Two Specimens

Glaxon New LogoGlaxon entered the supplement industry in November 2019. Despite just one year of incredible success, the “Goons” decided to do a complete rebrand — or what they like to call “season two.” The goal is to make things even better and, offer more options, and reach a wider audience.

On top of releasing entirely new supplements (detailed on our Glaxon news page), they’re also updating product labels, formulas, and flavors for many of their existing products from “season one,” such as Plasm Surge V2 and Super Greens V2.

The supplement that Glaxon is most known for is Specimen, a high-stimulant pre-workout that hits harder than you might think. Most users couldn’t even handle a full-scoop, which really got people talking about this new brand.

Glaxon Specimen V2 Has Arrived With a New Formula and Non-Yohimbine Option

Glaxon Specimen YoYo

Glaxon Specimen YoYo packs a powerful stimulant-driven punch!

This is the moment that a lot of Glaxon fans have been waiting for… the release of Specimen V2. Not only does the second version of Specimen have a new look, flavors, and formula, but it also has a slightly different name:

The “original” Specimen, with its yohimbine blend, is upgraded and now called Specimen YoYo!

Specimen YoYo contains several ingredients that the original Specimen didn’t have, such as Astrolyte, betaine nitrate (as NO3-T), and yerba santa (as SantEnergy Nu).

Although Specimen V2 YoYo still contains the same amount of caffeine as Specimen V1, the addition of SantEnergy Nu should give you a more intense and longer-lasting energy boost. The changes that Glaxon made to Specimen V1 were significant, but now there’s a new Specimen on the block to talk about!

Also Introducing a new “Specimen Worldwide” — without the Yo-Yo Blend

If you thought the first version of Specimen was too strong, then it’s likely that Specimen YoYo will be as well. Fortunately, Glaxon is releasing another version of Specimen that’s suited for anyone who prefers a lower stimulant content. And the company intends to release it globally.

Here are some key differences between Specimen YoYo and Specimen Worldwide:

Specimen YoYo contains:

  • Alpha-yohimbine and yohimbe (two alkaloids that significantly raise energy levels)
  • 400 milligrams of caffeine anhydrous per serving
  • 60 milligrams halostachine (an alkaloid with a similar chemical structure as ephedrine that also significantly raises energy levels, motivation, mood, and focus)
Glaxon Specimen

There’s a new Specimen in town and it doesn’t contain alpha-yohimbine or yohimbe.

Specimen Worldwide contains:

  • No alpha-yohimbine or yohimbe
  • 300 milligrams of caffeine anhydrous per serving
  • 170 milligrams of bitter orange fruit extract (increases fatty acid metabolism and decreases hunger)

Overall, Specimen YoYo contains more exotic stimulants, so it’s quite a bit stronger than Specimen Worldwide. Beyond those key differences, the remaining portions of the formula in Specimen YoYo and Specimen Worldwide are identical. Both products use a fully transparent label and split panel dosing, meaning that they list the exact amounts of each ingredient for both a half (one scoop) and full (two scoops) serving.

Regardless of which one you decide to try, we always recommend starting with half a serving (in this, one scoop) to assess your tolerance. They’re stronger than they look so get ready for a full-body experience!

Keep reading to see the full formulas for Specimen YoYo and Specimen Worldwide. See our coupon-driven deals on both versions below, and subscribe to receive more exclusive Glaxon news, reviews, interviews, and deals:

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Glaxon Specimen V2 WorldWide – Deals and Price Drop Alerts

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Note: If you’re still interested in the original Specimen (V1, with its infamous yo-yo blend), see our Glaxon Specimen page.

Label Comparisons

Before getting into the details, let’s show all three labels for comparison:

  1. Specimen Original Formula (with yo-yo blend)
  2. Specimen V2 Yo-Yo
  3. Specimen V2 Worldwide (some retailers call it “Specimen”)

Glaxon Specimen ORIGINAL Formula Ingredients

The ORIGINAL Specimen Formula (2019, now discontinued)

Glaxon Yoyo Ingredients

The new 2020 Specimen YO-YO Formula

Glaxon Specimen WW Ingredients

The 2020 Specimen World-Wide Formula with no yohimbe/yohimbine/rauwolscine

Specimen YoYo Ingredients

For optimal results, Glaxon recommends mixing one to two scoops of Specimen YoYo with 16 ounces of water and consuming 30 to 45 minutes prior to exercise. Specimen YoYo contains a total of 21 servings or 42 servings, depending on if you take a full or half serving.

Glaxon Specimen V2 YoYo Ingredients

As the name suggests, Glaxon Specimen YoYo contains alpha-yohimbine and yohimbe.

Here’s what two scoops (15g) of Specimen V2 YoYo contains :

  • Beta-Alanine – 3.2g

  • Betaine Nitrate (as NO3-T) – 2g

  • Betaine Anhydrous – 1.25g

  • Astrolyte Electrolyte Blend (Fructooligosaccharides, Magnesium Citrate, Sodium Chlorides, Potassium Citrate) – 1g

  • Taurine – 1g

  • L-Tyrosine – 1g

  • Yerba Santa (Eriodyctyon californicum) [aerial parts] Extract (as SantEnergy Nu) – 400mg

  • Caffeine Anhydrous – 400mg

  • Cholinace (Vitacholine (as Choline L+Bitartrate), Alpha-GPC, Citicoline) – 300mg

  • L-Theanine – 100mg

  • Halostachys Caspica [aerial parts] Extract [Std. to 80% Halostachine] – 60mg

  • Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia vomitoria) [leaf] Extract – 3mg

  • Yohimbe (Pausinystalia Yohimbe) [root bark] Extract – 2mg

    Note: This is likely strongly yohimbine-based, but is labeled as “yohimbe” for compliance purposes. We think it feels very close to what you get when you take ~2mg yohimbine HCl.

Specimen YoYo Flavors

Specimen YoYo will be available in four flavors, including:

  • Texas Red
  • Watermelon Ice
  • Mandarin Orange
  • Alien Pop

Specimen Ingredients

For optimal results, Glaxon recommends mixing one to two scoops of Specimen with 16 ounces of water and consuming 30 to 45 minutes prior to exercise. Specimen contains a total of 21 or 42 servings, depending on whether you take a full or half serving.

Glaxon Specimen WW Ingredients

Glaxon Specimen may be lower on the stims, but it still hits hard!

Here’s what two scoops (15 grams) of Specimen contains:

  • Beta-Alanine – 3.2g

  • Betaine Nitrate (as NO3-T) – 2g

  • Betaine Anhydrous – 1.25g

  • Astrolyte Electrolyte Blend (Fructooligosaccharides, Magnesium Citrate, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Citrate) – 1g

  • L-Tyrosine – 1g

  • Taurine – 1g

  • Yerba Santa (Eriodyctyon Californicum) [aerial parts] Extract (as SantEnergy Nu) – 400mg

  • Caffeine Anhydrous – 300mg

  • Cholinace (VitaCholine (as L-Choline L-Bitartrate), Alpha-GPC (L-Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine, CDP-Choline (Cytidine 5′-Diphosphocholine) – 300mg

  • Bitter Orange (Citrus Aurantium) [Fruit] Extract [Std. to 30% p-Synephrine] – 170mg

  • L-Theanine – 100mg

Specimen Flavors

Specimen will be available in the following flavors:

  • Dark Cherry
  • Watermelon Ice
  • Alien Pop
  • Strawberry Kiwi

Glaxon Strikes Again!

Glaxon is one of those unpredictable brands — you never know what’s going to come next. They continue to impress with creative labels, out-of-this-world flavors, innovative ingredients, and powerful formulas. Ever Since PricePlow first started working with Glaxon, we could immediately tell that the brand would change the industry in some way.

Specimen & Specimen YoYo

Meet the new Specimen and its stronger partner in crime, Specimen YoYo.

After just one year, Glaxon has made a major imprint on the market and is looking to do even more in 2021. Season two is still just the start.

Specimen is the flagship product that started all the buzz surrounding Glaxon. And over the past few months, Glaxon set its sites on overall health and reaching a wider audience.

For example, the company recently launched a greens power (Super Greens), stress relief supplement (Serenity), an immune system product (ARC Immune), and a premium multivitamin (100% Premium Daily Multi). All of these health-focused supplements could benefit most people since we all deal with stress, and are challenged to consume enough greens, vitamins, and minerals.

But for the stimulant-junkies that come to improve their sports performance, Glaxon has you covered with Specimen and Specimen YoYo. It’s anyone’s guess what Glaxon will release next…but we know you’re not going to want to miss it! Be sure to subscribe below for more exclusive Glaxon news, reviews, interviews, and deals from PricePlow.

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Glaxon Specimen V2 WorldWide – Deals and Price Drop Alerts

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Note: If you’re still interested in the original Specimen (“V1” with its infamous yo-yo blend), see our Glaxon Specimen page.

About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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